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Spine and Neurobiology


The spine is of immense importance in neurology because of its multifaceted functions. Primarily, it serves as a barrier to protect the delicate spinal cord, thus preventing it from any potential injuries. A bidirectional relay of signals between the brain and different body parts is also hosted by the spine, allowing the transmission of neural signals. Consequently, any dysfunctions or disruptions in the spine can lead to adverse neurological consequences, stating its critical role in overall health.


Neurobiology studies and investigates the nervous system's functioning, including neuron communication, circuit formation, and information processing. Various tools and technologies are used in the neurobiology domain research, including electrophysiology, microscopy, genetics, computational modeling, and imaging. This field finds applications in medicine, education, engineering, artificial intelligence, and enhancing self-understanding.

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Neuroimaging and Neuroradiology
Neurosurgery and Neurophysiology
Neurodegenerative Disorders and Neuromuscular disorders
Neuropsychology and Mental Health
Neuropathology and Neuroimmunology
Multiple sclerosis and Dementia
Psychiatry and Psychology
Central Nervous System and Brain disorders
Neurology and Neuroscience
Spine and Neurobiology
Alzheimers and Parkinsons Diseases
Neuropharmacology and Neurochemistry
Psychology and Neuropsychology
Depression and Anxiety
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